Pambansang Bosing’s wife, Pauline Luna has been long working in showbiz. She’s recently one of the lead hosts of the longtime running noon-time show in the Philippines, Eat Bulaga.
Pauline started her career after she joins “Little Miss Philippines” last 1995 in the same mentioned show. There, she first met her husband, Vic.
After years of working in the show, Pauline and Vic develop a more close relationship as lovers and finally ending up to a marriage. The wedding took place at the St. James The Great Parish Church in Alabang in 2016. Tali or Talitha Maria Sotto is the first fruit of their love.
Before leaving in a house with Vic, Pauline use to live with her family. She stays with her dad Eugenio, mom Chat, brother Miguel and their two dogs, Simon and Rusty in her 680sqm modern minimalist property, her three-storey, four-bedroom Quezon City home.
Going inside the house, a black upholstered egg chair will be the first thing you’ll notice. Going straight to the living room, it has cool brown hues from the tiles of the floor, its off-white walls, a grey sala set to the black wooden furniture that gives the house a cool relaxing ambiance.
Ms. Chat is a retired interior designer and she planned the living room to have cove lighting and recessed ceiling lights.
Glass panels and sliding glass doors were used to separate the living and dining areas. A glass-top dinner table with chrome legs is used in the dining area. This has 10 seating capacity on a gray upholstered seat.
Dominating the whole kitchen, the color black makes the whole area a classic vibe. A tv set is provided in this area to give entertainment while preparing foods at mealtime. The cabinets are high-gloss and a black island countertop to compliment all the stainless appliances, cooktop, sink, and other kitchen fixtures.
The house also has a 65 inches tv set attached to the wall with a complete home entertainment system.
The powder room is equipped with high-end Roca bathroom fixtures.
Pauline’s room is the biggest section of the house measuring 54-square-meter and is also the master bedroom.
Since the family is a Catholic devout, they also put a part of their religious part inside the house. Along the hallway on the third floor of the house, a crucifix on the wall and an image of the Virgin Mary on the console table is found.
In addition, the Luna’s has a guest room with a queen-size bed, bedside table, table lamp and a flat screen tv for entertainment.
Out the house is a swimming pool with a 10 by 3.5 meters area with 6 ft. depth.